Report: Most Saudi fugitives extradited by Yemen were on travel ban
Saudi Arabia announced having received 29 wanted men from Yemen
Most of the 29 Saudi fugitives who were extradited by Yemen recently had been on the kingdom’s list of individuals banned from travelling abroad, Al Arabiya Net reported on Thursday.
One of those fugitives had been jailed in Saudi Arabia and upon his release this year he fled to Yemen. Twelve others fled to Yemen last after they were released by Saudi authorities, sources told Al Arabiya Net.
At least two men were previously extradited from other countries, Al Arabiya sources said, without giving further details.
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